Marrakesh – Ouarzazate (4 days)

  • Marrakesh‘s heady sights and sounds will dazzle, frazzle and enchant. Marrakesh is one of the Moroccan treasures. Marrakesh has its own vibe you will fall in love with and it’s generous for travellers.
  • Dadès Gorges (Dadès Valley) is a wonderful series of rugged wadi gorges carved out by the Dadès River. Enjoy the best of a Moroccan nature with amazing views. The southernmost gorges are known for extensive production of roses, used in the production of rose water.
  • Merzouga is known for its proximity to Erg Chebbi, a Saharan erg, and it is, for this reason, a part of the itineraries of many tourists visiting Morocco. You can visit Sahara desert, enjoy your memorable time there and stay overnight in a cosy desert camp.
  • Ouarzazate city and Aït Benhaddou town are chiefly inhabited by Berber-speakers, who constructed many of the prominent kasbahs and buildings for which the area is known. Near fortified village (ksar)  Aït Benhaddou has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. Several films have been shot in Aït Benhaddou such as Kingdom of Heaven, (2005), Gladiator (2000), Alexander (2004) and many more.
  • In Tamsahlte you spend a night in an amazing Hotel Riad du Sud which is an ancient castle (kasbah).


Day 1: Marrakesh – Dades Valley (about 341 km through N9 and N10)

Flight at 8:00 from your Riad or Lodging in Marrakesh course South East to cross the high Map book Mountains. After the Tizi n’Tichka pass you leave the principle street and take a side street to the town of Telouet to visit the Kasbah of Telouet which was a previous habitation of the Glaoui family.

The valley we are driving through was an essential street for the troops of merchants. We proceed with the stunningly delightful street to Ait Ben Haddou where we eat. This is the most well known sustained Kasbah in Southern Morocco and is recorded by UNESCO world legacy site. After lunch, we visit the Kasbah. This has been utilized as scenery for some Hollywood movies. At that point to Ouarzazate or African Hollywood, the same number of on-screen characters call this little city. Here you can likewise visit some film studios and Taourirt Kasbah, the section charges are excluded.

Drive along the Valley of the Roses, at that point to Dades Valley by the street of 1000 Kasbah’s to get to our inn in Dades.

Day 2: Dades Valley – Merzouga (around 296 km through N10)

Take off from the Dades Valley making a beeline for the Todgha Gorge which is the most celebrated common chasm in North Africa and have a short walk. You may likewise have the chance to meet some wanderer individuals who get water in the chasm. After lunch, we cross numerous Berber towns to achieve the Sahara betray of Erg Chebbi for a wonderful encounter. You will profit by a mind-blowing nightfall, a sky loaded with stars and dawn on the highest point of the rises close to the camp where you will spend the night in Berber tents after a short camel trek.

Day 3: Merzouga – Alnif – Tamsahlte (around 202 km through N12)

After breakfast takeoff from Merzouga towards the Ouest, passing Rissani then Alnif town to land in Tazzarine where we can visit the ancient site comprising of shake illustrations on the off chance that you wish. The illustrations date from around 5000 years BC. At that point, you will spend the night in a kasbah in Tamsahlte (Riad du Sud).

Day 4: Tamsahlte – Ouarzazate – Marrakesh (Around 360 km through N9)

In transit, we will pass the town of 45 kasbahs where you have a breathtaking perspective over the town.

Proceed with the best approach to cross the north piece of the Draa valley which is thought to be the longest valley in Morocco with its 240 km of palm woods and Berber towns. This area is notable for good nature of the dates and Henna.

Toward the finish of day, we cross through the Atlas Mountains to land in Marrakesh.

Ride a camel!

While driving a car is a comfortable, riding a camel through the desert is much more fun and memorable! Don’t hesitate and explore the Sahara desert from a camel’s seddle.

Transporation in 4×4 Cars

Enjoy a ride from one city to another through desert in comfortable 4×4 cars!

Dades Valley

Additional information

  • Takeoff point: From your hotel or an airport (can be changed after previous arrangement (can be changed after previous arrangement Info)
  • Takeoff time: 9 AM (can be changed after previous arrangement (can be changed after previous arrangement Info)
  • Return details: Back to the take-off destination (can be changed after previous arrangement Info)


Prices depend on many factors such as number of travelers and duration of stay.

Approximate budget:

  • Accommodation (hotels or riads)
  • Transportation during the whole trip
  • Ride in an agreeable 4×4 car
  • English talking guide/driver
  • Convenience in hotels/riads
  • Suppers and breakfasts
  • Camel ride in Merzouga forsake
  • Dozing in Sahara camp – tent
  • Drop off at your lodging toward the finish of the visit
  • Lunches and beverages
  • Passage charges for historical centers, landmarks and attractions

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